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The Republican presidential candidates have been scrambling to proclaim their faith as a way of reaching Evangelical voters. What happens when the candidate is Donald Trump — and he doesn’t know a communion plate from a collection box?


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Yes, Jewish farmers do exist. Dan Friedman attended their second annual “convening” to find out the challenges they face.


Remarkable Life of 'Angel' David Wichs Ends in Flash of Manhattan Crane Collapse

David Wichs’ remarkable life of achievement and Jewish compassion started in Communist Czechoslovakia 38 years ago. It ended in a flash Friday on a blustery snowy morning in lower Manhattan.


Michael Douglas Makes Debut — as Unlikely Pitchman for Judaism

Michael Douglas wasn’t raised Jewish, married two non-Jewish women and is mostly known as a secular Hollywood star. That might make him an unlikely new pitchman for Judaism on college campuses — or could it make him the perfect man for the job?

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